Acoustic Live: ANANDA DHARA
Feb. 20 (Friday), 20:00-22:00
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Babua Pahari (indian flute)
Yatziv Caspi (indian tabla)
ENTRY fee: 7 eur.
ANANDA DHARA is magical. a sole bird flys over the morning sea. trough the sweet indian flute you can follow the bird, the dynamic indian tabla goes with the rythm of the sea. come and let your soul fall and feel every moment of a day. This time we are presenting an indian raga circle from the early morning to the late night. Lie back and enjoy the pictures, which can come to your inner eyes. Please listen here a sample of sunset (only flute).
BABUA PAHARI (indian flute)
Babua Pahari was born in Kolkata into a family with a strong musical heritage. His father (late Indubhusan Pahari) was a respected tabla guru and taught his son the art of classical Indian percussion. At the age of fifteen Babua Pahari widened his knowledge and learned to play Bansuri (Indian bamboo flute) from late Sri Parth Bhattacharyay and Sri Jayanta Chatterjee. His emphasis was on Indian classical, semi classical, Bengali songs, fusion etc. He gave numerous performances in Kolkata and since 2004 also in Germany.
YATZIV CASPI (indian tabla)
Born in Israel, Yatziv started showing interest in drumming right from day one. He officially attended drum lessons at the age of 6, and for 15 years, he had studied music. He was first introduced to the Tabla (Indian drum) at the age of 17, by his teacher, Sanjay Sharma, with whom he spent 6 years learning and acquiring the knowledge of the Indian classical music. In addition, in 2001 Yatziv expanded his studies of that art in his 6 months’ travel to north India.
For one night NOMAD moves to M-BIA Club
Feb. 21 (Saturday), 18:00-00:00
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On February 21st NOMAD at Mahlower Str. 32 will be closed.
This day NOMAD will temporary move from Neukölln to Alexanderplatz. We are going to take part in the Psychedelic Art Gallery before PsyLab Records Launch Party at M-Bia Club. It will be fun: fantastic visionary art, uplifting psychill music, relaxing spicy chai and lots of pillows… Join us!
MEDITATION Workshop: Buddhist Practices in Everyday Life (3 of 3)
Feb. 22 (Sunday), 19:00-21:00
ENTRY fee: donation to Tergar Meditation Community.
In the previous workshops we found out, WHY it makes sense to follow the Buddhist path to happiness. Now it’s time to talk about HOW.
Workshop 1 (08.02.2014): Loving Kindness and Compassion.
Workshop 2 (15.02.2014): Karma and Reincarnation.
Workshop 3 (22.02.2014): What is Mind?
19:00-19:30 for practitioners: 25 min mindfulness meditation.
19:30-19:50 for beginners: we’ll explain the basics of meditation, do 10 min meditation and answer the questions.
20:00-21:00 introduction to the workshop’s topic.
Arne Schelling has been practicing meditation since he is 15. He works as doctor in Berlin and translates buddhists teachers. He is a student of the great lama Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche.
Seseg Zhigzhitova is a group coordinator and practice leader of of the Tergar Practice group Berlin, which is a part of International Tergar Meditation Community, guided by Mingyur Rinpoche. Seseg lives in Berlin, working as an architect.